After a hectic few days and passing yesterday’s milestone of four weeks on the Berlin Heart and in intensive care, Rosie had a good night as her numbers all stayed good. She hasn’t needed another chamber change, having had four in 24 hours! The small dose of heparin (one of the blood thinning drugs) seems to have kept the clots in the chamber at bay. This morning just before we arrived, Rosie opened her eyes, raised one arm and moved her toes, all fantastic signs that there is no brain damage from the bleed but only time will tell us that. We haven’t seen any doctors yet, ward round is always later at the weekends but we expect the plan to be more of the same, have a stable, restful day, but decrease sedation and hope she starts waking up. Thanks for all your messages of support.